Monday Briefing: a recap of the Golden Globes & Moncler Grenoble’s show in St. Moritz

Monday Briefing: a recap of the Golden Globes & Moncler Grenoble’s show in St. Moritz

by Juliette Eleuterio
7 min

The Golden Globes kicked off awards season last night, Moncler Grenoble is taking over St. Moritz, and Boiler Room is looking for new Broadcast hosts for 2024. If you’re as into fashion as you are fitness, Represent x Marchon x Puresport has launched at Flannels, and MCM and BAPE® are back for round two. If you like the sound of that, get the latest in your Monday Briefing below. 

What went down at the Golden Globes

Last night, actors and celebrities got dressed to the nines to attend the 81st edition of the Golden Globes. The Barbenheimer craze continued, with Oppenheimer taking home the Best Motion Picture (Drama) award, as well as Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama) going to Cillian Murphy, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for Robert Downey Jr., Best Director (Motion Picture) for Christopher Nolan, and the Best Original Score. Barbie won the Cinematic and Box Office award and Best Original Song for “What I Was Made By” by Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell.

Other winners include Lily Gladstone of Killers of the Flower Moon in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama) award, and Emma Stone for her role in Poor Things for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) category. For TV shows, Beef won the Best Television Limited Series award, and The Bear won Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy), with its two stars, Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri winning Best Performance by an Actor/Actress in a Television Series (Musical or Comedy) respectively. Succession hit a home run at the Golden Globes, scoring the Best Television Series (Drama) award, the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Drama) went to Sarah Snooker, and Kieran Culkan got awarded Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series (Drama).

Moncler Grenoble takes over St. Mortiz
Moncler ©

While some of us are desperately counting down the days till springtime, Moncler Grenoble is fully embracing the cold season. The Italian ski-focused line is heading to the mountains of St. Moritz to showcase its Fall/Winter 2024 collection. The show will take place on February 3, and will spotlight the House’s commitment to technical excellence in a series of snow-ready apparel pieces. Mark your calendars and stay tuned.

MCM and BAPE® are back for round two
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MCM has teamed up with BAPE® for a second exchange of luxury German design and trailblazing Japanese streetwear. The Spring/Summer 2024 collection builds on the 2019 offering, celebrating the Year of The Dragon for Lunar New Year. The collection features classic graphic applications, fusing BAPE®’s shark motif with MCM’s signature Visetos. The infamous BAPE STA™ logo becomes the centrepiece of the collaboration. Classic BAPE® pieces such as the Shark Hoodie sits alongside some of MCM’s most celebrated items such as the Backpack, Belt Beg, the Crossbody, the Boston, the Weekender, the North-South Tote, and the handheld Pouch. The collection is available to shop now in select MCM flagships, Selfridges and BAPE® stores.  

Mbappé kicks off the 25th anniversary of the Air Max Plus
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Nike has tapped the Paris Saint-Germain footballer Kylian Mbappé to celebrate an icon: the Air Max Plus. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Air Max Plus was used as an inspiration point to inform the Nike Mercurial TN. The result is a football boot complete with Sean Mcdowell’s purple, black, and white gradient design, Zoom Air technology, and coral details on the Swoosh and the cleats. Head over to Nike’s website to cop a pair, set to release in a few weeks for $300.

Martine Rose unveils Belter SS24 collection
Sam Khoury ©

For its Spring/Summer 2024 campaign, Martine Rose went dark and moody, beautifully capturing its familiar cast of talent as they donned items from the latest collection on the street. We saw models shielding their faces with baseball caps, which were worn low, layered leather looks, and low-cut vests paired with pearl chokers, a juxtaposition at home with Rose’s fusion of the delicate and daring. If this is a bit of you, head to the Martine Rose website to shop the collection. 

Boiler Room launches Broadcast lab scheme
@boilerroomtv ©

Boiler Room has partnered with Jameson to search for individual musicians, collectives and curators to pitch a pocket to be streamed on Boiler room in 2024. The fund will platform emerging scenes in overlooked spaces. For more information, head to the Boiler Room website. Applications can be submitted here, but be quick, as they close today. 

Represent x Puresport x Marchon launches exclusively at FLANNELS
247 by Represent / Marchon / Puresport ©

FLANNELS is hosting the three-way, gym-ready collaboration between 247 by Represent, the British performance label, Marchon, the British training brand, and Puresport, the global brand known for its wellness and CBD-focused products. If any of your New Year’s resolutions have to do with wellness and fitness, the FLANNELS X store is a must-visit for you, as the collection, which includes a training hoodie and pants, a t-shirt, tank top, shorts, socks, and wristbands, is now available for purchase.

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